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Class 7

Photos of the Year 6 residential can be found on Class 6's page :)

Hello Class 7

Welcome to our class page on the website.

I'm learning to update our page so bear with me as I get better at keeping you all informed on what we've been doing in class.

Thanks for making me feel welcome and working hard the past term and I hope you all get a well deserved rest over the holidays.

Try not to eat too many Easter eggs, but its good to have some chocolate now and then.

Looking forward to seeing you in the Summer term!!


Miss Welsh

7.3.19- World Book Day!

Friday 1st March 2019 


What a brilliant first week back! Our week kicked off with our WWII day, which was inspiring and informative. Our visitor was extremely impressed with your historical knowledge and how you were so immersed and engaged in all the activities. Well done Team Awesome! 


In English, we have been learning all about Anne Frank and have read some of her diary entries from her book. It was great to see you asking our very own Anne (Lottie!) lots of questions when we did our hot seating lesson. You showed great empathy. 


We hope you have a lovely weekend and look forward to seeing more brilliance next week!


See you bright and early on Monday morning. 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

25.2.19- WWII Day!

Friday 15th February 2019 


Holiday Homework


All the children need to create hat for World Book Day. We are having a whole school competition. They must also complete the tasks on and go onto RockTT at least 4 times. Daily reading is also a requirement. 


Year 6 pupils, you must complete the reading revision that was handed to you and also the maths revision below. This is due on Monday 25th February. 


Have a fantastic break all. 

See you bright and early on Monday 25th February. 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

15.2.19- Year 6 Half Term Revision Homework

Friday 8th February 2019 


How is it Friday already?! What a week! One of the highlights has to be our fab visit to Pizza Express. We hope you enjoyed your pizza! cheeky This week in our English lessons, we have been focusing on newspaper reports. Not only have we been impressed with your journalism skills but also how you have applied your historical knowledge. We can't wait to read your Dunkirk newspaper articles. In maths this week, you have been statistics superstars and have been interpreting a range of data in different contexts. Well done for being resilient and challenging yourselves with tricky questions. As if that wasn't enough brilliance, your blitz art pictures are looking wonderful. We can't wait to display them on our creative wall. 


Your homework this week is based on parenthesis. Please complete one of the activities and then check your work using the marking sheet attached. Next week is assessment week, please practise mental arithmetic and your spellings and punctuation. There is nothing to worry about because we know all of you will be ace! 


Have a lovely weekend. 

See you bright and early on Monday! 


Miss Fox and Mrs Beale smileysmiley

8.2.19- Parenthesis Homework

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6.2.19- Pizza Express Visit! Yummy!

29.1.19- Young Voices Concert At the o2!

Friday 25th January 2019 


In celebration assembly last Friday, Class 7 were awarded the Brilliance Cup. What a fab achievement! Well done Team Awesome! no Your brilliance has continued this week and we have seen your write some amazing emotional pieces in our English lessons... They gave us goosebumps! This week also saw you consolidating your sketching skills- your use of shading and thinking about light and dark made your London skyline pictures look so realistic. 


Today's homework is due on Friday 8th February, which gives you two weeks to complete this. Therefore, no excuses why it hasn't been completed! Remember to come and speak to either of us if you are unsure or attend homework club, which is in Class 3 every Wednesday lunchtime. 


Have a brilliant weekend! cheeky


See you bright and early on Monday. 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

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Tuesday 22nd January 2019 


For your information


Registration for the 11+ is from 14th May 2019-1st July 2019 and the main test date is Saturday 21st September 2019.


The test papers include one English paper (1 hour and 10 mins) and one maths paper (1 hour)

They are each worth 60 marks.


If you have any further questions we can help guide you smiley

Friday 18th January 2019 


Class 7 have fully immersed themselves into the new term and have thoroughly enjoyed learning about WW2. Their knowledge and understanding has been transferred to our English lessons where they wrote highly emotive poetry as if they were one of the soldiers. In maths, we are still continuing with our fractions work. Today, the pupils not only applied their knowledge of fractions using all of the operations but even completed calculations that included BODMAS. Why not get them to show you at home?! 


A few reminders: 

* P.E kits should be in school on Wednesdays and Thursdays. 

* Pupils should be going on Rock Stars Timetables at least four times a week to practise.

* Pupils should be practising the spelling and grammar on on a weekly basis.


Well done for a fab week Class 7! As always, we feel extremely lucky to have such an enthusiastic class who are always up for a challenge. 


Have a lovely weekend. See you bright and early on Monday morning. 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

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Year 6 SATs Meeting Letter

Spring Overview- A World At War!

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Friday 19th December 2018 


We would like to say a big thank you for all your generous and lovely Christmas gifts. We love them all! Additionally, we would like to say well done for working so hard this term- you have all been bursting with brilliance. 


Have a fab Christmas holiday! Eat lots of chocolate and have lots of fun! 


See you in 2019! 


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! cheeky


Best wishes, 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

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14.12.18- Christmas Jumper Day!

Friday 14th December 2018 


'Tis the season to be jolly.' 


What a festive week Class 7 have had. On Wednesday we went to the Towngate Theatre to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. What a show! We were so impressed with how you joined in with the pantomime and your behaviour was brilliant. Yesterday, you sang beautifully at The Holy Trinity church and it was clear to see that your families and the staff were super proud of you. If that wan't enough to get in the festive spirit, today was Christmas jumper day and Christmas dinner day. YUM! We both would like to say a huge thank you for your continued efforts and enthusiasm in all of our lessons this week. It hasn't gone unnoticed and we feel very lucky to have such a fab class. 


We have uploaded the Christmas homework for you already to ensure you have plenty of time. It is due the first Friday back in January. Also, please go on as we have uploaded new grammar tests and remember to go on Rock Star timestables. 


Have a fab weekend... Only three get ups till the Christmas holidays! 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

13.12.18- A Huge Thank You For Coming And Supporting Us At Our Christmas Carol Service

7.12.18- Homework

Explanation Texts

Friday 7th December 2018 


'We are like a snowflake, all different in our own beautiful way.'


Another week completed, another week where your brilliance has shone! Class 7 are most definitely in the Christmassy spirit and enjoyed decorating our little Christmas tree. This week we continued with our fractions work in maths and they have blown us away. Not only with their knowledge but their confidence and determination when challenged with a tricky reasoning problem. In our English lessons, we completed our amazing explanation texts about the heart. Once again, you blew us away with your creativity and pride. 


If that wasn't enough, Class 7 used their knowledge and understanding about the heart and exercise to produce their very own science experiment. The focus will be on whether there is a correlation between our heart rate and the distance that we run. 


Have a fab weekend! Remember to keep practising your times tables and going on


See you bright and early on Monday for more festive fun!


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

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Monday 3rd December 2018


'Just be yourself.'


WOW! How busy was last week? Not only were we fractions superstars but our explanation texts for the heart are in full swing. We were really impressed with the level of research you did in our computing lesson and the fun facts that you came out with.


A huge congratulations to the year 6 pupils who sang at the Rayleigh lights on Thursday evening- you were fab!


Fingers crossed this week is even better than last week! #teamawesome


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

23.11.18- Writing Our Jingle For Road Safety Week!

23.11.18- Homework (Please complete one of the maths and the heart homework)

Friday 16th November 2018


'A day without laughter is a day wasted.'


Another week on division, another week of Class 7 smashing it! You have all worked your socks off and we are so proud of you all. All of you exceeding your personal learning targets. You have amazed with your knowledge and understanding of passive voice in English this week. We look forward to reading your Viking newspaper article, which you will be producing next week. In art, you became clay specialists and we loved seeing you working with your learning partner, being resilient and mastering your creative skills. 


All of you have a and Rock Stars Timestables log in. We expect you to all log on to both sites as they will aid your understanding and practise key skills both within grammar and mental arithmetic. 


Have a fab weekend Team Awesome! 


See you bright and early on Monday morning, 


Miss Fox and Mrs Bealesmileysmiley

Design & Technology- Woodwork Cars

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Here are a few examples of our war-inspired poetry.


The Germans Did That 

By Lottie 


I fall, I destroy, I kill. 

I watch the young, innocent children sob into their dirty, scratched hands. 

But the foe only send me down for the thrill of watching the British run.

Trying to escape before I land. 

Oh the guilt I feel when I see this. 

The Germans did that. 


I am like a bee, dying when I hurt people,

But I don't want you to see.

People now fear me, 

The Germans caused that. 


I can't stop the future, 

But I would if I could. 

My heavy materials guards the toxic poisons inside me, 

But although they are very heavy, I still can't hold the poison in when I land. 

The Germans made that. 


Hand in hand, the soldiers march, 

Carrying their heavy guns. 

When they see me they sigh, 

Knowing that they will die. 

I am no longer a perfectly smooth, filled with poison and round bomb, 

But an exploded destroyer, and all that is inside of me now is sorrow and emptiness.

The Germans did all of this. 


Explosive Mayhem

By Liam 


Dropping from a plane,

I know it sounds lame. 

It is devastating really, 

All the lives nearly gone... I said nearly. 


I cause people's death, 

People called Bob and Jeff. 

You may think I am savage, 

But this power I can't manage. 

This sounds crazy, 

But bombs are very lazy. 


I am included in wars a lot, 

Why can't they have a tank or a robot? 

Some call me a sky-diver, 

Can't I be a car- driver? 

Sorry to all the people in this war, 

I am angry that my job is obviously breaking the law. 

Friday 9th November 2018 


WOW! What a brilliant week Class 7 have had once again. This week we have tackled long division. We were a little nervous to begin with, but once we came to terms with the different methods our confidence blossomed. Well done to you all for working your socks off and having a go at tacking every challenge that we gave you this week. Our focus in our English lessons has been war poetry. At the beginning of the week we looked at various blackout poems and then used a famous poem to create a very own blackout poem. By the end of the week, we had planned and created a group poem to remember the fallen soldiers. We will  be presenting some of these poems in Monday's assembly, which will have the theme of Remembrance Sunday. If that wasn't enough brilliance, we have also been super successful in our creative curriculum. This week we have created watercolour masterpieces of dragon's eyes and also understand the parts of the heart. 


Remember to keep looking each week on for different grammar tests and also practise your times tables. 


Have a fab weekend! 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

Rayleigh Lights


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Year 6 are singing at the Rayleigh Lights on 29th November 2018.


We are on stage at 4.10pm (we're second) Please come and support us. no


Children can wear something Christmassy as well as their uniform. cheeky

Beowulf Motivational Speeches

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Friday 2nd November 2018


What a fantastic week Class 7 have had! In our English, they finished their motivational speeches and performed them to the whole class using a green screen. In maths, the pupils have been experimenting with various methods to tackle multiplication calculations. If this wasn't enough, the children have started our new science topic about the human body.


We would like to take the opportunity to remind you to read, practise your times tables and remember how brilliant you are!


Have a fab weekend!


Miss Fox and Mrs Beale smileysmiley

Friday 19th October 2018 


'You are capable of amazing things'


Dear Class 7,

WOW! What a half term! You have all worked so hard and we are both so proud of you and your achievements. Well done for being resilient this week with all your assessments. Your homework over the half term is to practise your times tables and your spellings. Our focus in maths when we come back is multiplication and division, therefore your knowledge of times tables will have a big impact on your understanding. We have attache the speedy tables document and we would like you to complete three of these. Additionally, pick three different times tables and practise using the grids below. If you are wanting to challenge yourself click on the times tables extension. Finally, remember to do lots of reading!



We hope you have a lovely half term and look forward to seeing you on Monday 29th October.


Miss Fox and Mrs Beale smileysmiley

Year five remember your outdoor clothes on Monday for Prince William award.Thanks all. 

English Homework- Hyphens & Dashes

Friday 28th September


Another week completed, another week bursting with brilliance! We were so impressed with the quality of your kennings poetry. You all successfully applied your knowledge of hyphens and effective vocabulary. In maths, we were astonished with your resilience and confidence at challenging yourselves in our Roman numerals investigation. Finally, you had your creative hats on this afternoon and created some wonderful graffiti art. Go Team Awesome!


Have a fantastic weekend- remember homework is always put on the website. Any questions or problems please come and speak to one of us.


See you bright and early on Monday.


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

21.9.18 Relative Clause Homework



What a week Class 7! We have been so impressed with your resilience in our maths lessons. You have all challenged yourself with our different pizza challenges! In our English lessons, you have successfully used ISPACE to generate interesting sentence openers and are now becoming confident in creating suspense in your work. 


Go Team Awesome!cheeky


We hope you have a fab weekend! See you Monday! 

Miss Fox and Mrs Beale smileysmiley



Class 7, what a fab week we've had! You have really impressed us with your confidence, resilience, team work skills this week.  Your homework this week, has been given our in paper form but from next week it will put on our class page every Friday. 


Have a lovely weekend! 


See you bright and early on Monday morning. 


Miss Fox & Mrs Beale smileysmiley

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